A proposal to name a laneway in honour of late beloved musician Richard Lane, a founding member of acclaimed garage rock band The Stems, is being considered by the Fremantle council.
Albany Entertainment Centre is set to have venue hire fees waived as part of a $15 million State Government recovery package to help performances and touring.
Seasoned Albany artist Maria Cool found refuge in art as a young girl, escaping with creativity during a childhood ravaged with war.
The WA Ballet will bring May Gibbs beloved characters to life in a special performance for children.
Cat Hope, Linda May Han Oh, James Ledger and WASO among West Aussies battling for 2020 gongs
WA actor Meyne Wyatt — who shot to national attention for his televised monologue on racism this year — is among the famous faces being featured in this year’s Archibald Prize.
The mining industry has acknowledged it must improve relations with Aboriginal people after Rio Tinto's destruction of sacred sites in Western Australia.
A new curator has been named for the 2022 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art exhibition, as attendance figures for this year’s event were released.
As artists make tentative steps back towards performing, the Black Swan State Theatre Company has found the down-time during COVID-19 surprisingly rewarding.
Adelaide actor Tilda Cobham-Hervey, who stars as singer Helen Reddy in the new film I Am Woman, has turned her hand to writing screenplays for two features which just received funding.
Mad March put Adelaide on the map for world-class festivals and events. Now a new winter festival next year will merge technology with creativity and take over the city in “look and feel”.
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Collective Haunt at Norwood and Central Studios in Kent Town each contain more than a dozen separate studio spaces which will be open to the public as part of the SALA Festival this weekend.
Exactly 40 years ago to the day, the smooth sounds of Steely Dan rang out across Perth, broadcast on the State’s first commercial radio station, 96FM.
Iluwanti Ken from Amata in SA’s remote APY Lands has won one of the main categories at this year’s Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards in Darwin.
An Italian musician has won the 2020 Adelaide International Classical Guitar Competition, organised by the Adelaide Guitar Festival.
It’s a delicate balancing act when a giraffe gets the butterflies, as one of the works in a sculpture walk at Centennial Park shows during this month’s SALA Festival.
A Sydney designer’s collaboration with Arnhem Land women, and an Adelaide-based project development company were among winners at the first National Indigenous Fashion Awards.
Western Australia's heritage laws have been reduced to enabling mining developments rather than protecting cultural sites, archaeologists say.
Rio Tinto has outlined the steps that led to the mining company's destruction of ancient sites in Western Australia, conceding it overlooked new information.
The State’s best-known art award has thrown off the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic to attract a record number of entries.
Perth sunglasses designer Poppy Lissiman’s future just got a whole lot brighter after her shades were featured in Beyonce’s ‘visual album’ Black is King.
How long does it take to create a painting? For Perth artist and mother Jacinda Bayne the answer is: “As long as I’ve got.”
The NATSIA awards are uncovering young WA talent who are pushing the boundaries of traditional Indigenous art
This fearsome flying fantasy creature represents its creator’s triumph over his own challenges – and the many spectacles of the month-long living artists festival.
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